Barbarossa, Tuesday, October 19, 1909

Up and at breakfast by 10 o’clock. Weather bad, raining and white caps on the waves. All we can do is to sit in our steamer chairs and think of home. Emily feels blue, and her toe is not improving as fast as she wishes. By noon we had covered 327 miles.

I called on Elizabeth Junker who is in the second class. She is a very pretty, nice young lady. The voyage does not agree with her, and she cannot eat anything. I am sorry for her and will try to get her all the comfort which she can expect in the second class, but they are very crowded, and the stewarts [sic] are kept very busy.

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